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GERALD R. FORD SCHOLAR AWARD (DISSERTATION AWARD) IN HONOR OF ROBERT M. TEETER

The Gerald R. Ford Scholar Award in Honor of Robert M. Teeter is an annual award of $5,000 given to a doctoral student to support dissertation research in any field related to any aspect of the United States political process and public policy during the last half of the 20th century. Of special interest is the role and analysis of public opinion in that process. The recipient determines use of the award money including, but not limited to, travel, reproduction fees, administrative costs, and other research and writing expenses.

Eligibility Requirements

Call for Applications: 2018-19 Friends of the Princeton University Library Research Grants

Friends of the Princeton University Library Research Grants

 

Each year, the Friends of the Princeton University Library offer short-term Library Research Grants to promote scholarly use of the Library’s special collections. The award is $1,000 per week (up to four weeks) plus transportation costs.

Conference Announcement: The Many 14th Amendments

We are pleased to announce that registration is live for the upcoming conference, "The Many 14th Amendments." It will take place at the University of Miami, March 1-3, 2018, to mark the 150th anniversary of the 14th Amendment. Full conference details as well as links for registration are on the conference website: 

https://many14thamendments.com/

 

Call for Proposals THOMAS JEFFERSON AND WOMEN Volume 2, No. 1 The Journal of Thomas Jefferson’s Life and Times

Call for Proposals
THOMAS JEFFERSON AND WOMEN
Volume 2, No. 1 The Journal of Thomas Jefferson’s Life and Times

The Journal of Thomas Jefferson’s Life and Times announces a call for proposals for a special issue to be published in 2018 that focuses on Thomas Jefferson and women. We seek original historical research contributions from a variety of perspectives. Particular, unique stories that are intriguing are also welcome.

About the Journal

Call for Book Proposals: Praeger Series in American Political Culture

This series seeks to publish innovative scholarship on American political culture, political development, and political economy from all regions, historical periods, and levels of government.  The guiding theme is exploring how cultural factors (education, family, community, etc.) and economic change (technological innovation, depression, prosperity, market alterations, etc.) intersect with political methods (elections, strategies, laws, policies, institutions, etc.) to shape human actions throughout American history.  While the series exhibits a theme, it is understood broadly to encourage

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